Creative Communities 3 Conference


WHAT : Call for Proposals
DEADLINE : Proposals due 23rd June 2012 to

Griffith Centre for Cultural Research hosting the International Creative Communities 3 Conference

‘Creative communities’ is a well-worn phrase conventionally equated with notions of well-being, civic participation and social inclusion. Creativity in this sense is regarded as social glue that bonds individuals together through collaboration in various forms of creative projects – be it visual art, drama, dance, theatre, music, writing or a combination of these. that bring communities together in positive and fulfilling ways. Similarly, community connotes a wholehearted feeling, the strength of relationships in networks or inclusiveness through a sense of shared characteristics and values.

  • Papers, Interactive workshops: Oral presentations and Interactive workshops will be allocated 20 minutes speaking/workshop time with 10 minutes following for questions and discussion.
  • Panels or roundtable discussions: Panels or roundtable will be allocated up to 60 minutes for discussion and debate.
  • Presentations: A poster consists of an A2-size poster to be on display throughout the conference and/or a powerpoint presentation. – Presenters will be required to discuss their poster (10 minutes).

For more information on the conference please download Call for Papers Document

Applicants will be notified of the acceptance of abstracts by 20th July 2012 at the latest.

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